(8:24)Hamlet(9:12)Othello(9:18)Romeo and Juliet(9:01)Julius CaesarNo Fear Shakespeare puts Shakespeare's language side-by-side with a facing-page translation into modern English—the kind of English people actually speak today. All our revision materials in one place Get your questions asked and answered Copyright The Student Room 2016 all rights reserved The Student Room, Get Revising and Marked by Teachers are trading names of The Student Room Group Ltd. To be alerted when new resources are available to preview, including completely new ranges for the new 2015 specifications, you can sign up using your email address below. We hope you enjoy using ZigZag English resources!Be informed when new resources are available to preview Electronic Copies are available for most products (on CD-ROM) (these options will become available at checkout)Click on a product title below for full details and to view an inspection copy. All our revision materials in one place Get your questions asked and answered Copyright The Student Room 2016 all rights reserved The Student Room, Get Revising and Marked by Teachers are trading names of The Student Room Group Ltd. 40 winks - sleeping through strategies Autumn days - are you excited? Radio comedies - your faves? Hierarchy of tatties - top of the tops Baby pass the parcel - annoying? Not a proper birthday cake???? To accept it? Or do I ask for an awkwa. Can anyone offer advice about the validity of English Language as an A Level? My daughter is about to start 6th Form and I am trying to encourage her to do English Literature rather than English Language A Level. As it is so competitive to get into Uni, would she be better to do Literature rather than Language? I feel that Language is one of those softer A Levels and may limit her in which unis she could apply to. The Russell Group Guide Informed Choices lists English as a facilitating subject-I presume they mean Literature rather than Language???? Any advice would be really appreciated. what is her 4th choice Language is not a soft option but you are correct that Literature is what the RG meanTwo things to bear in mind here: First, when universities say English, they will invariably mean literature. Secondly, English Language A Level will bear no resemblance to the English GCSE your DD did so I would advise her to read the specifications very carefully before she decides to make sure she knows what she is letting herself in for. you know what teenagers are like!! They think they know everything and she says that she does not like some of the texts that are on the Literature syllabus. Language is a bit of a hotchpotch and not nearly as academic; plus, if your daughter wants to study History then the extra essay-writing and analytical thinking practice that Lit involves will be really useful. I dont think it is very highly regarded by universities - those who want to study Law are far better doing, say, Politics, History and English or Economics, perhaps. She is worried that if she does Eng Lang, Lit, History and Art then there will be an overload of coursework (she was told that during her enrolement last week).
Rosamond a sufferer, a labourer, a female apostle? Rosamond a missionary's wife? No! But you need not be a missionary. We have been good friends, Jane; have we not? Yes, sir. His dark eyes and swarthy skin and Paynim features suited the costume exactly: he looked the very model of an Eastern emir, an agent or a victim of the bowstring.